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Teeth whitening or bleaching may whiten teeth to natural tooth color, or may whiten teeth beyond the natural color. The ADA recommends having teeth examined by your dentist before undergoing any whitening method. Bleaching is not recommended if teeth have decay or infected gums. Bleaching is most effective with yellow discolored teeth. Whitener does not work where bonding has been used or on tooth-color fillings. Other options to deal with such cases are porcelain veneers or porcelain crowns.
Porcelain veneers are thin shells, custom made of porcelain which are bonded to the front of teeth. They are designed to change the color, shape, or length of the front teeth. They can recreate the natural look of teeth, while providing strength and resilience. Veneers can correct:
-Teeth that are discolored and cannot be whitened
-Teeth that are chipped, broken, or worn down
-Teeth that are misaligned, crooked, or uneven
-Teeth with gaps between them
-Teeth that have shapes out of proportion
-Teeth with large, discolored bonded fillings
Dental implants are used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. The initial titanium implant is placed within the original tooth’s bone site. The implant integrates with the bone site over time. This bond with the implant prevents bone loss that would occur naturally over time with tooth loss.
Dental implants can be used to:
-Replace a single missing tooth
-Service as abutments for an implant-supported bridge
-Service as retention for an implant-support complete denture
Restorative Dentistry is the study, diagnosis, and management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures. It involves the rehabilitation of the dentition to individual requirements of health, function, and esthetics. Restorative Dentisty involves mulit-faceted care including removal of decay, replacing missing teeth, restoring damaged or fractured teeth, saving pulpally involved teeth/endodontics, extraction of non-restorable teeth, and the treatment of periodontal disease.
A healthy smile not only leads to a beautiful smile but also to good general health. Your oral health might affect, or be affected by, or contribute to various diseases or conditions. These conditions include but are not limited to endocarditis, cardiovascular disease, lung disease, stroke, pregnancy and birth, diabetes, osteoporosis, and Alzheimer’s disease. We are conscience about your overall health.
A beautiful smile can transform your life. Cosmetic dentistry combines art, science, and technology, integrating harmonious form and function. Developments in the field of dentistry have allowed dentists to change the smile we were born with into the smile we love. Cosmetic dentistry should maintain the overall general and oral health of a patient. Minimal loss of sound tooth structure should be the treatment choice, with the long-term health needs of the patient the highest regard. There are a wide range of procedures, technology, and new materials to provide a smile that unites beauty with health.
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